Biden’s Lead Widens in Key Battleground States While Final Verdict is Still Outstanding

Trump Calls Integrity of Election Into Question as His Chances Slip Away

Three days after the official close of the polls and the country is still on the edge of its seat waiting to find out who will be the next president of the United States. As of Friday morning, the race had still not been officially called with multiple states still too close to call.

The Latest: Democratic candidate Joe Biden is still slightly short of the 270 electoral votes that he needs to seal the victory. While it is still certainly mathematically possible for President Donald Trump to stay in power for another four years, his path is narrowing with each vote dump. The states that are still in play include Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. Biden took the lead in Georgia and Pennsylvania overnight on Thursday. Over the last few days, the number of votes landing in the Biden column has increased as a result of a higher proportion of mail-in ballots coming in. These ballots have overwhelmingly favored the Democrats. In addition, more urban areas are finalizing their ballots, helping to boost Biden’s vote count.

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